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15 Jan, 2024

CT University Advances Healthcare Accessibility with Jan Aushadhi Kendra and Drug Information Centre Inauguration

CT University, a committed advocate for societal welfare, celebrated a crucial stride in healthcare accessibility with the inauguration of Jan Aushadhi Kendra and Drug Information Centre. Distinguished guests, including Arafat Ali, Nodal Officer Punjab & Chd., Honorable Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi, Pro Chancellor Dr. Manbir Singh, Vice Chairman Harpreet Singh, Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Abhishek Tripathi, and Head of the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Dr. Vir Vikram.

Aligned with the Pradhan Mantri Bharatiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana, the Jan Aushadhi Kendra at CT University will offer affordable generic medicines, contributing to the national healthcare agenda. The initiative aims to make quality healthcare accessible to all, reflecting the university's dedication to community well-being.

The Drug Information Centre, inaugurated alongside the Jan Aushadhi Kendra, will provide reliable information on various medicines, empowering individuals to make informed health decisions.

Honorable Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi expressed gratitude for government support, emphasizing CT University's commitment to enhancing healthcare accessibility. He stated, "Our Jan Aushadhi Kendra and Drug Information Centre reflect our dedication to creating a positive impact on the communities we serve."

On this occasion Dean Academics Dr. Simranjeet Kaur Gill and Director, Department of Student Welfare Davinder Singh and faculty were present.  

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